At Bangor University, we place a high priority on caring for and supporting all our students. The University is aware that caring may have financial implications with students experiencing higher travel costs and or find themselves less able to work part time to supplement their student finance awards. To help easy some of these financial worries Bangor University offers student carers with an annual bursary of up to £1,000 from the University’s Hardship Fund.
A carer is defined as : A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction cannot cope without their support – Carers Trust
(Please note that these duties would be in addition to the usual caring responsibilities that a parent would have for a dependent child.)
To apply call in or email the Money Support Unit for an application form. Return the completed form with evidence from a professional person, who is aware of the family’s situation and your caring responsibility. We will also if you were previously in receipt of Carer’s Allowance, need you to provide proof from the Department of Work & Pensions that this has now ceased.
If you are carers who are paid a salary for your caring duties or are in receipt of Carer’s Allowance we regret that you are not eligible for this bursary.
Field Trip Bursaries
Academic School arrange Field Trips to enrich an undergraduate learning experience. The purpose of this bursary is to encourage field trip participation and to especially help those students who might otherwise be excluded due to their own financial situation.
The Field Trip Bursaries are available to UK and EU undergraduate students and eligibility is determine by a student’s taxable household income.
- Taxable Household Income below £25,000 = 40% off the cost of the field trip
- Taxable Household Income between £25,000 and £30,000 = 30% off the cost of the field trip.
Students will be responsible for the first £350 of any field trip costs, the bursary will then be calculated on the remaining cost.
To apply email email@example.com for an application form. The completed form should be sent or emailed to the Money Support Unit with a letter from the Academic School confirming field trip participation.
Awards are usually paid direct to the Academic School on the student’s behalf.
Bursaries for Relocating Families
Did you relocate with your family to start your studies at Bangor University in September 2018?
If you did and you are a UK undergraduate student with a taxable household income of under £25,000, then you could be entitled a bursary of up to £1,000. This bursary is available in the first academic year only
The purpose of this bursary is ease the financial expenses of a family’s relocating costs – such are deposits, rent, moving costs and any other related costs.
To apply contact the Money Support Unit for an application form.
Return the completed form with proof of your new tenancy and relocation costs to the Money Support Unit as soon as possible.
Bursaries for Homeless Students
If prior to starting your studies at Bangor University you had no fixed abode, you can apply for this £500 bursary to help with the initial university costs. This bursary is available in the first academic year only.
To apply contact email Money Support Unit for an application form. Return the form with proof of former status to the Money Support Unit as soon as possible.
For further information on any of the above Bursaries please contact the Money Support Unit:
Address: Money Support Unit, 1st Floor Neuadd Rathbone, College, Bangor, LL57 2DF.